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What You Need To Know About West Nile Virus In San Diego County

Aug. 11
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West Nile virus has been found in two dead birds in San Diego County. We'll tell you what you need to know to protect your family — and how you can help the county track the mosquito-borne virus.

From Marathons To Mud Runs, Endurance Events Boost San Diego's Economy

Aug. 11
By Claire Trageser
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A new report says races like marathons, half-marathons and triathlons boost San Diego's economy.

Children From Military Families Get To Be Padres For A Day

Aug. 8
By Dwane Brown
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Young children from military families got to practice their pitching, fielding, and batting at Petco Park on Friday.

Want to talk politics? Visit Politifest Saturday At Liberty Station

Aug. 8
By Marissa Cabrera

Voice of San Diego's annual festival of politics is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Liberty Station's Central Promenade. Everything from politics to jobs to education will be talked about at Politifest 2014.

SDSU To Offer Music Entrepreneur Program

Aug. 8
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The music entrepreneurship and business program is believed to be the first of its kind in the country.

San Diego Scientist Illuminates Link Between Light And Health

Aug. 7
By David Wagner
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Whether it's coming from the sun or a smartphone, light is abundant. But research suggests the wrong light at the wrong time of day can disrupt the body's natural rhythms.

Report: California Solar Capacity Grew 48% In 2013

Aug. 6
By Dwane Brown
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A recent report shows the solar industry is growing rapidly in California. Last year, there were more than 140,000 solar jobs in the U.S., including 47,000 in California.

New San Diego County Project Aims To Reduce Heart Attacks, Strokes

Aug. 6
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A San Diego-area healthcare coalition was awarded a $5.8 million grant for a program designed to reduce heart attacks and strokes.

How The Ebola Serum Traveled From San Diego To West Africa

Aug. 6
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The serum used to treat two American aid workers infected with the Ebola virus was developed based on research conducted in San Diego.

UCSD Surgeon Uses Unique 3-D Tools During Brain Surgery

Aug. 6
By Kenny Goldberg
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A medical specialist at UC San Diego is a pioneer in using a groundbreaking collection of 3-D imaging technology to guide his tools during brain surgery.

How Many Back-To-School Gadgets Does Your Child Need?

Aug. 5
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What's hot when it comes to back-to-school technology? We take a look at how San Diego County uses technology in the classroom and sort through the latest gadgets for kids and adults.

Mayor Faulconer Unveils 'San Diego Works' Program For Money-Saving Ideas

Aug. 5
By City News Service
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Employees or groups of San Diego city workers can earn up to $5,000 if their money-saving ideas are incorporated into the budget for the next fiscal year.

What's Next For San Diego Convention Center Expansion?

Aug. 5
Midday Edition
By Tarryn Mento
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The fate of the $520 million Convention Center project is uncertain after a state appeals court ruled Friday that the city's plan to fund the expansion was unconstitutional.

Groundbreaking Imaging Tools Help Advance Brain Surgery

Aug. 5
By Kenny Goldberg
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Removing a brain tumor is an extremely delicate surgery. To ensure accuracy, surgeons at UC San Diego are using a unique combination of 3-D imaging tools, that offer an unprecedented look at the brain’s inner structure.

San Diego Teens Facing Slim Job Market

Aug. 4
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We take a look at where the summer jobs in San Diego are and why it's so hard for a teen to find a summer job.